Joint time-domain reshaping and frequency-domain equalization of room impulse responses

  title={Joint time-domain reshaping and frequency-domain equalization of room impulse responses},
  author={Jan Ole Jungmann and Radoslaw Mazur and Alfred Mertins},
  journal={2014 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)},
In listening room compensation, the aim is to compensate for the degradations that are rendered to an audio signal by transmission in a closed room. Due to multiple reflections of the soundwaves, the listener receives a superposition of delayed and attenuated versions of the source signal. A filter is designed so that the convolution of the room impulse response and the equalizer contains better acoustic properties than the original acoustic channel. Common approaches for derever-beration… CONTINUE READING

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